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  1. Sony Notifies Guild Members Their Data May Have Been Compromised

    3:21 pm 12/18/2014

    The email comes nine days after the company's direct employees were notifiedRead more

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  2. Writers Guild Nominates 'Transparent' and 'True Detective' for TV Kudos

    9:34 am 12/4/2014

    Returning series scoring noms include 'Mad Men,' 'The Good Wife' and 'Game of Thrones'Read more

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  3. WGA East Files Labor Charges Against ITV Unit

    12:20 pm 11/24/2014

    Hostilities between the union and production company continue, and there is no union deal "at this time" for Neil Patrick Harris’ untitled new showRead more

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  4. Len Uhley to Receive WGA Animation Writing Award

    12:01 pm 11/18/2014

    The veteran animator will be honored on Nov. 19Read more

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  5. Neil Patrick Harris Stakes Out Pro-Union Stand as Battle Between WGA East, ITV Heats Up

    6:00 am 11/5/2014

    The actor says his new variety show will use union writers, but can he end a four-year fight between the guild and ITV?Read more

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  6. WGA West Announces Results of Board of Directors Election

    6:57 pm 9/16/2014

    Shawn Ryan among eight members elected to two-year termsRead more

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  7. Why New York's Reality TV Industry Needs a Reality-Based Code of Conduct

    5:00 am 8/8/2014

    Writing in a guest column, a New York City councilman makes a plea for unscripted TV's writer-producersRead more

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  8. Writers Guild Announces Awards Season Timeline

    11:29 am 7/17/2014

    The theatrical feature nominees will be announced Jan. 7, and the Writers Guild Awards will be held in Los Angeles and New York on Feb. 14.Read more

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  9. New York City Council to Examine Reality TV Working Conditions

    5:24 pm 6/9/2014

    A committee will weigh in as the WGA East continues its push to organize the area.Read more

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  10. WGA Diversity Report Finds Declines in Film, Small Gains in TV

    10:56 am 4/14/2014

    The report analyzes employment patterns for broadcast and cable TV shows as well as movies from 2011-12, highlighting women, minority and older writers.Read more

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